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PALO ALTO: Discover Tuesdays 18/11

This week Frances Taylor, office manager at Picturehouse HQ, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Gia Coppola debut feature PALO ALTO

Palo Alto, California. 341 more words


Discover Tuesdays: HERMITAGE REVEALED 11/11

Emma Townley, marketing manager at Harbour Lights Picturehouse in Southampton, takes a look through today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of HERMITAGE REVEALED.

HERMITAGE REVEALED gives an in-depth look into one of the biggest museums in the world, which holds three million objects in more than 2,000 rooms. 327 more words


Discover Tuesdays: THE OVERNIGHTERS 4/11

Alicia McBride, Duty Manager at Hackney Picturehouse, reviews today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of THE OVERNIGHTERS.

THE OVERNIGHTERS is the tale of a town in North Dakota flooded by people looking for employment after a fracking boom. 461 more words


Discover Tuesdays: MYSTERY ROAD 27/10

Toby King, Marketing Manager at Duke of York’s and Duke’s at Komedia in Brighton, gives up his thoughts on this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation… 438 more words

Staff Review

Discover Tuesdays: ALL THIS MAYHEM 21/10

John-Paul Pierrot, Marketing Executive at Picturehouse, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of skateboarding documentary ALL THIS MAYHEM.

Charting the meteoric rise of the Pappas brothers – two Australian street urchins who took the world of professional skateboarding by storm in the ’90s – … 298 more words


Wakolda (2013)

So Picturehouse cinemas do this thing called ‘Discover Tuesdays’ http://www.picturehouses.co.uk/Picturehouse_Recommends/Discover_Tuesdays/ Pretty cool and means that this film, which already came out in 2013 and I missed, was on this evening. 635 more words

Movie Junkie

Discover Tuesdays: WAKOLDA 14/10

Lindsay Harvey, Marketing Admistrator at Picturehouse, previews today’s Discover Tuesday presentation of Lucía Puenzo’s WAKOLDA.

Adapted from director Lucía Puenzo’s own factually inspired novel, WAKOLDA… 506 more words